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Joseph J. Bissinger Jr.

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Joseph J. Bissinger Jr.

Place of birth: Delaware County

Religious affiliation: Other

Joseph (Joe) Bissinger Jr. died peacefully in Brandywine Hall Nursing Facility on October 9, 2015 in West Chester PA. at the age of 63 after battling a long illness.

Joe is survived by his wife Anna, children, Joseph Bissinger III, Jacob Bissinger, and Julia Bissinger from West Chester Pa. Jason Bissinger, Tiffany Van Note, his 2 granddaughter’s Autumn and .Alyssa from Cape May New Jersey, his Step-children John Gray step-granddaughter Lily from Kennett Square Pa. and Megan McCambley, step-grandsons Colin and Conor from Pottstown Pa., he was a good son to his Mother Faith Williams Christiana Pa., his siblings John Bissinger, Judi Houser from Broomall Pa. Sister-in-law Joann, niece Jeanna Bissinger from Parkesburg Pa. Nephews Timothy Houser Broomall Pa., Jonathan, Joshua, and Jessee Bissinger from Cochranville Pa. Joe is preceded in death by his father Joe Bissinger Sr. and his sister Dorothy (Dottsie) Bissinger Woodlyn Pa.

Throughout his life, Joe successfully applied his various vocational trades and skills however, his greatest passion was when he became a self-employed Master Craftsmen. He was well known in the tri-county area for the quality and precision of his individualized wood work creations.

Joe respected and treasured his unique relationship with each one of his family members. He had a special gift relating to and talking with his children, nephews and niece. Everyone who met Joe remembers him as a Man of great humor who took enormous pleasure in making others laugh. Joe’s gentle nature was understood through his fondness of flowers, wildlife, animals, and his favorite pass time, fishing in nearby lakes and streams. During Joe’s daily travels you could always find him anywhere from standing in a checkout line or in a parking lot, talking with virtual strangers about any given topic. Joe genuinely found great pleasure and gained a wealth of knowledge conversing with senior citizens.

Joe attached specific songs to date memorable periods throughout his life and would sing the lyrics during various situations. Joe made his wife promise him, to play his favorite Rolling Stones song. The lyrics always brought him comfort and was the spirit in which Joe lived his life.

“You can’t always get what you want
But if you try sometime you find
You get what you need”

In keeping with the wishes of Joe there will be no funeral services and the family will hold a private memorial service.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given to The C.A.S.T. for Kids Program

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